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UB Coronavirus Information

The university is monitoring the situation carefully and is taking proactive and prudent measures to ensure the health and safety of the UB community. 

For more information, please visit UB's page on this topic.

Upload Your COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation to Patient Link

4/1/21: Registered UB students can now upload COVID-19 vaccine documentation to their medical record via the secure Patient Link portal! Please wait until you’ve completed the vaccine series before uploading your document. Visit the portal and log in using your UBIT information.

Email Limitations

We cannot guarantee the confidentiality or immediacy of email communication, and therefore, email should never be used in an emergency.

For general, non-urgent inquiries:

- Call 716-829-3316 to schedule appointments

- Use  immunization records or requests for medical records assistance

- You can now upload Covid-19 vaccine documentation directly to your medical record via Patient Link.

- DO NOT send detailed or personal medical inquiries

Please allow 1 - 2 business days for our response.

 
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COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation

You can now upload Covid-19 vaccine documentation directly to your medical record by logging in to PatientLink.

 
 
 

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Health Services

Student Life

University at Buffalo
Michael Hall, 3435 Main Street, South Campus
Buffalo, NY 14214

Phone: (716) 829-3316; Fax: (716) 829-2564

NYS Vaccination Clinics

UB's Health Services is unable to provide information about the NY State Department of Health’s COVID vaccination clinics being held at Harriman Hall on UB’s South Campus. For information about these clinics, including eligibility and to make an appointment, please call the NYS Health Department’s COVID vaccine hotline phone number: 1-833-697-4829 (1-833-NYS-4-VAX) or refer to their website.

Campus Contacts

If you need an immediate response

In an emergency, please call University Police on-campus (716) 645-2222 or 911 off-campus

While we try to check our messages regularly, there may be times when staff members are unavailable, or when messages are not functioning as expected. If time is of the essence, please call the unit you are trying to reach.

Call for Medical Advice

Email is not an appropriate medium for medical advisement. If you are a UB student seeking assistance with a medical problem, please call Health Services.